Dull contract filler or full contact thriller? You have your say on Jimi Hendrix's live album Band Of Gypsys
Dee Snider launches campaign in support of the people of Ukraine after protestors used Twisted Sister’s We’re Not Gonna Take It
Vince Neil left Motley Crue, John Corabi joined Motley Crue, and Motley Crue made Motley Crue, a Motley Crue album that sounded nothing like Motley Crue
Crimes Of Passion finds Pat Benatar applying a tough, streetwise veneer to pop songs and turning them into arena-rocking classics.
Roxy Music's debut album was a proclamation that rock’n’roll as we knew it was undergoing a strange and irrevocable transformation
Released on 1 March 1973, Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon turned a tale of death, madness and disillusionment into one of the biggest-selling albums of all time
British heavy metal stalwarts Orange Goblin released A Eulogy For The Damned in 2012 - and it changed their lives
Borne perhaps from a fear of predictability, Train Of Thought was Dream Theater’s proud attempt at writing a ‘classic’ heavy metal album
Like a reverse Status Quo, Foghat played boogie blues but were ignored at home while becoming a rock radio staple in the US
How do you improve upon the most bombastic multi-million seller ever? On Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell, Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman added extra length
Coney Hatch's 1982 debut album featured an underlying eccentricity that set them apart from the early 80s hair metal pack
The Marshall Tucker Band's third album Where We All Belong was part rock, part country, part jazz, half studio and half live; an altogether different take on southern rock
14-legged juggernaut Chicago changed their name and forged ahead with this energetic double album that took in free jazz, hip-shaking R&B and an Abbey Road-like six-song suite
Ratt's Out Of The Cellar was a tidy serving of arena-baiting pop metal, often to be found soundtracking the heart of a Saturday night
David Bowie found his voice on Hunky Dory, the kaleidoscopic pop collection that truly announced his arrival and began a streak of landmark albums
High Time is the third and final album from Detroit firebrands and proto punks the MC5. Brothers and sisters, are you ready for some testimonials?
Described as a "perfect album" by no less an authority than Chris Jericho, Helloween's Keeper Of The Seven Keys, Part II, has a lot to answer for
Wolfgang Van Halen looks back on a hugely successful, though bitter-sweet, 2021 in the new issue of Classic Rock magazine
Ozzy Osbourne's second solo album Diary Of A Madman has lived in the shadow of Blizzard Of Oz for decades: does it deserve better?
Black Oak Arkansas: perhaps more famous for introducing the world to frontman Jim ‘Dandy’ Mangrum than for their own albums, like 1973's High On The Hog
Dave Grohl gets his mates in to pay loving tribute to his heavy metal youth on Probot's self-titled (and only) album
A glam rock album released in the wrong era, Girl's Sheer Greed introduced the world to Def Leppard's Phil Collen and LA Guns' Phil Lewis
Amazon have reduced the price of the super deluxe edition box set of the Almost Famous soundtrack, featuring Led Zeppelin, The Who, Elton John and more
What sort of filthy animal would let AC/DC’s Back In Black bump uglies with N.E.R.D.’s strip club banger Lapdance?
Rush vocalist/bassist Geddy Lee looks back on the making of 1978’s Hemispheres in the new issue of Classic Rock magazine